Loon House

Address: No.3 Huguo Road, Dali Town, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.3 Huguo Road, Dali Town, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Happy Birthday Jenny

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 18, 2015

    70 photos

    ... is a tourist town, principally for Chinese tourists, there are a lot of quaint coffee shops and eateries. Des and I parked the scooter on the footpath, parking pretty much anywhere doesn’t seem to be a problem in China, and went into a very mismatched, boutique coffee lounge, playing easy-listening French music. It was so relaxing, we really enjoyed it, we didn’t even quibble about the western prices.

    Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting

    A travel blog entry by avishai-anat on May 10, 2013

    17 photos

    ... 92; למרות האוכל המצוי 03;. - מגורי 01; נפרדי 01; לבנים ולבנו 14;. פעמים רבות המהלכ 97;ם האלו משולב 97;ם ...

    Bad monkey

    A travel blog entry by huishyjnr28 on Aug 22, 2012

    ... was a bad path up and Craig and Stuart ended up coming back down covered in mud after many falls and some bites by strange bugs too! The second night we went out for a few drinks to a cool bar called Bad Monkey which was owned by a British Rasta and only had Rastas working in it! In rural china it was pretty weird! Was the first time we saw a paralytic chinese ...

    Not just your favourite surrealist painter!

    A travel blog entry by ashventures on Jun 19, 2011

    9 photos

    ... different to anything I'd seen up to this point. Da Li has long been a popular destination for Western tourists, and has a small ex-pat community to show for it. A number of restaurants and bars cater to this market, but as Chinese domestic tourism increases this sector is declining in importance.

    Each night I was invited to join the hotel staff and other guests in sharing local plum wine and other treats. I struggled to follow much of the conversation, but a few ...

    Four days in Dali

    A travel blog entry by sam.lee on Apr 12, 2011

    10 photos

    ... where 70,000 Han soldiers from the Tang Dynasty drowned while attacking the Bai army. The loss was too great for the Tang General that he ended up killing himself at the lake. Since the annihilation of the Tang army, the lake appears to have shrunken. The former lake bed provides highly nutrient soils for farming. The smell of various Chinese herbs as we rode through narrow streets in the cool evening air was over powering. We could only see the lake once we ...